|State||Defendant||Co-Defendants||Sex||Date||Election||D/R||Charged||Convicted||Type1||Type2||Type3||# Charges||# Fraudulent Votes / Election Margin||Description||Sentence||Source1||Source2||Source3||Source4||Source5||Follow Up|
|Washington||Marda Aglubi-Blomstrom||F||2011||2012-02||Registration fraud - non-citizen||1||0||Marda Aglubi-Blomstrom, a non-citizen immigrant from Ghana, Africa, was charged in Lewis County Superior Court with one count of providing false information on an application for voter registration.||http://www.chronline.com/news/local/article_f113de72-51f2-11e1-8675-001871e3ce6c...|
|Alabama||Aaron Evans (former Greensboro policeman)||Melvin Lightening||M||1995-11||Greensboro special municipal||1996-09||Absentee/Mail||Impersonation||Forgery||15||7||Aaron Evans, a former Greensboro policeman, was convicted in Hale County of absentee ballot voter fraud in the November 1995 Greensboro special election. Evans was found guilty of seven counts of casting illegal absentee ballots, seven counts of forging absentee ballot documents, and one count of possession of forged documents. Co-defendant Melvin Lightening was also convicted of absentee ballot fraud. Evans was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment, of which 8 years were suspended.||10 years in prison (8 years suspended)||http://www.tuscaloosanews.com/article/20021020/NEWS/210200353?p=4&tc=pg||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/394032-alabama-voter-fraud.html|
|Alabama||Venustiano Hernandez-Hernandez||M||Multiple||Non-citizen voting||Registration fraud||5||Venustiano Hernandez-Hernandez, a Mexican citizen living illegally in Alabama since the 1970s under a stolen identity, pleaded guilty in 2012 to federal Social Security fraud charges, and records show he committed voter fraud as well. Hernandez-Hernandez stole the Social Security number and assumed the name of Severo Benavidez, under which he illegally voted in the 1996 and 2008 general elections, the 2002 primary election, and special elections in 2003 and 2009.||http://blog.al.com/live/2012/03/baldwin_man_convicted_of_fraud.html|
|Texas||Regino Cantu Salinas||2008||Primary||Ineligible felon voting||1||1||Regino Cantu Salinas pleaded* guilty to one count of illegal voting for voting while an ineligible felon (TEC 64.012) in the 2008 primary election.||*Plea deal: 90 days in jail, 2 years probation, $2000 fine||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/404105-texas-ag-response.html||Duval/Jim Wells: 11-02-13251 CR|
|Tennessee||Gayle Copeland||F||Registration Fraud||11||Gayle Copeland was accused of 11 counts of illegal voter registration, false entries, criminal impersonation and food stamp fraud. One count each of illegal registration, false entries and criminal impersonation were dismissed, as well as three counts of food stamp fraud. Copeland pleaded guilty to and was charged with two counts of illegal registration or voting, one count of criminal impersonation and one count of food stamp fraud.||2 years suspension and restitution in the amount of $4,694 to the Department of Human Services. Supervised probation.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/404111-tennessee-davidson-county-with-cas...|
|North Carolina||Contested Election: Tommy Johnson vs. Linda Gantt||2015-11||Trinity municipal||Contested Election||Ineligible district voting||1||Five towns in North Carolina will repeat 2015 municipal elections when voters head to the polls for the March 15 primary. The State Board of Elections ruled this week in favor of municipal election challenges in Benson, Trinity, Lumberton, Pembroke and Ahoskie. In each of those towns, a second-place town council candidate complained of possible election law violations that could have cost them the election. The board’s general counsel, Josh Lawson, said board members found “evidence of irregularities sufficient to cast doubt on the outcome.” In Trinity, two city council candidates, Tommy Johnson and Linda Gantt, were tied with 168 votes each. The board ruled that one of the voters, a former council member, had sold her Trinity home and moved to Morehead City, so she couldn’t participate. State law calls for a new election if officials find an election law violation that could swing the outcome. The county election board holds an initial hearing on complaints; the state board gets the final say and schedules a new vote.||New election ordered.||http://courier-tribune.com/news/local/trinity-may-have-hold-new-election||http://www.newsobserver.com/news/politics-government/state-politics/article55722...|
|Mississippi||Herbert A. Pursley||M||2009-08||Multiple Voting||Herbert A. Pursley, of Hancock County, charged on 8/12/09 with double voting according to the Public Integrity Division Case View PI-09-00076.||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/370944-mississippi-2nd-cases.html|
|Idaho||Nancy Elaine White||F||Registration Fraud||Charged with illegal registrations by voter. Pleaded guilty.||$200 fine and 3 months probation. The case was later dismissed.|
|Wisconsin||Austin Thompson||M||Registration Fraud||Austin Thompson was accused of voter fraud by registering and voting even though they lived in a hotel.|
|Kansas||Shawnee County - Names Unknown||2005||Absentee Ballot Fraud||Voter Suppression||Voted ballots were allegedly picked up from Tyler Towers, Jackson Towers and Polk Plaza but not delivered. No action taken. (multiple cases)||http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/366880-kansas-2nd-response-part-1.html|
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